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DA.II.T. Hcliverwl by carrier to any part of the city, or by null o ey fehlreas: Oai euy,ue month ..... ....$ .43 tiwient'f, Mr mouth ...,..'.... . j M One '.y, on year r ......... juo WEEKLY. Hm novy, throe luonUii ju M n)y, in noulu .7 Oaa en.y, una year IM All ipUuua payable la xItuoo. Call on or athlreaa THE W KWgCOMPA H T. THURSDAY, JUNE SO, 1881. Additional Locals on the Fourth Page. Mow A4eUeanente TUIe Weak. UntTcntty ef Ktmt. -t !' Clrcea 41o(icoul trI- 1'onk. . Pheep l ale- I., Weljtor. r4 r"''" '.toxhlrr 1 W. Newman E Co. Frrrkle hMloa, etc Kerjiiiaad. Jewelry sale J. II. Mooa. Straw bata regardless of eoet, at Cook's. SrLVEE Powuku The only electrical poltab. Patent applied for. Ferdinand, thedrsggl.it ,K,-1, ; ' .? f ; . , Closiog out stock, at Cook's dry goods store. - "Cholera Mixture.4- An iu4anlae. out cure foe cholera morbus, colic, diar rhoea,' and all other bowvl complaints. Ferdinand, the druggiat. . Von can- buy a cashmere tlruas very cheap, at Cook's closing out anl ! ,t, "Tail and Freckle Lotion" never fails to remove either, Proprietary "right ap plied for. ' Ferdinand, the drug giL The placet to buy -everything cheap is at Cook's, JOu Ouniueicinl rtreet. Imported V,h'hy wejer, at Frdinid'. Follow the crowd ami rmv Wgxius, at (ook'. . No humbug nl Lt :! Wi Iiw-mii Ihiumm-mm. Pnre teas, colfa t and p'r? band, tho druggist'. ' Far . i II- Foil Sale. ! wilt Itnwo Uw kiI- loiit three liundretl tous l iliu l-t qn dily of Utttotn hay. ihiyers will do aelt to nil I al-'uiy , pbioe, eight. 'Miles. aotiiliut of Emporia, on the Missouri I'bciflc mil road. - Wm. II. YxcKovr, P. OJbox Sty Emporia, Kanana. J-egna. bainoiM skins, irt Jrxl. nand's? ' ' - 1 1 ; 4 r ' 1 Jewklrt S4i.K.-rLook,out for the big jewelry sale by J". 11.. Moon, Shi-nir, atH the 4d M cent store rooui, one door .UlHUUtuJa. The bpst shecps we4 sponges in the iharket, .. Ferdinand, thu druggist For fiure Cold soda waU-r call on Chas. Ryder . BhcrlfT ,Moon has leased the room south ot J. M. GnniUt & Co.'s, aud will akortly sell tho entire stock of jewelry, clocks; watches, Ac, lately uttached at the Instance of J. E. Jordan's creditors. For summer complaints try Ryder's Atomntifi-Blackberry. f 3.00 Kiwiho la otfercd to any one 1 who can give me Information which Will lead. ' Vi tho discovery of two cows that strayed from my slaughter houso on the lOUt of Juui. ! Uao 8 years old, red,, with 'white spots; the other 3 years old, lirlil roan, with red neck. ' Both, cows are fat, and without brand or marks. . Wat. ItoKN, -11 Coml. Emporia, Kausaa. . ' 'Vaii i a i f i Mixed Spanish bird seed, the lxl and healthiest uixtant. known for canary birds, fur ealc by Chas. Kytler Wamted . a farm. A strong, ac tive youug man. -Apply atB.Wheldon & Co.'s drag store: For the nlesl and lust of all drinks, drink Chicago mead at Kyder's. .Mons. to Loan On. chattel mort gage or reaj estate. Wx.'.IXiatjrD, : Cor. of Merchanu'stri-et and Twelfth avenue. - . Burx for For msr and vermin of 'all'kinda at Ferdlaaud'a. Have 10 mw cent and bay your flour at the IVnnsvlvanla Four and Feed Store. ' J HO. Fliikku. - For sprains, bruiaca, cramps or use Ityder's llouavhold Panacea. colics Ferdinand, the drugglitt, next to First National Bank. Money on baud at all times for gotal investment. Interest reasonable, with or without cownaiasion, aa desired. .. . i u . Euwauo E. HoutEa. ' A. S. Hmith: ' - ' Moik lo loan In any amount, by Uh' 'Central Iwn -and .Laud C., at Iwtweel rules. ; . (4l and. ee- us la-fore muklng your loans; as we can do you gtaal. .(.OUMON SaNMK. JU-t us aav that r a- son would tem-ti Mini man who con- duels bin biat as n'-mi.-Hl priu inlin in al-h to m il gaeel t-li. aiht than one wln la rsr.ivaiiinl. To iUil.ir .W If o. vUlt tho "Uluiois more" kept by John W. Tnllimu, nt lfl'1 t'ommerelal aU't, Kii)rta, yuu w-.r :m oim- lit hi he ,1s able lo m il you dry good, lw.u and kIkh-s rlu-ap, f h Ims few rlfa, no . Uhhi ki er, eaxliM-r, i.Hir-oir'tM r nor any ol ihi-se riiHily fUt'i for nblrhth rHMnifier baa t pay in the end. . MonktI'MonkvII Come ar.d aeo if wo have not the cheapest money In the city. CtmstKouAX A McCaiitt. Try the New Howe Sewing Machine. M. 14. Itoblec, . rear of News Block. 'Kcmember, the place for farmers to bay their flour Is at the Pennsylvania . Flour and Feed Store. ' JxoFtX'KXK. The clerk of the District court ni re ceive.! the oplaioa of the supremo court in the water works case of the city of Emporia vs. W. T. Soden. It Is . r ,v quite elaborate, covering seven printed sheets 'tho size of legal cap. Joseph IILnill, who was recently ap pointed secretary of tho Stale Sunday School Union, returned from Ottawa Tuesday with the books and papers be. loagluff V Ike association. Among them Is m map of all the Sunday schools In Umi slate eight fact wide and twelve fart Ion. . " I . c- A drunken rough who refused to girs ; his name Was- arrested oh tho emigrant train going went Tbarsday, by Sheriff Moon. He 'City, . and got on the cars at Kansas all the way to , this place he bellied the eooductor, drew . a . knife ' on Jeo. PevkM. tho brake. man and made himself generally obnox. ions to the paaumgera At Osage Clti fa. was put ff Ike train and held bv two men while the cars moved off, but be broke away from them and managed to get aboard again. , . . 1 IPimuviM nlMrullkii tnur lililA aum of t95. for her cvclone autferene. Win field the modest sum of 1.000. It's all owing to wkeve a fellow lives thenedaya, Topesa Oapllal "' If you were going to lie, why not tell 'a good oacT Emporia had only two persons who applied for help, who had suffered front Uie aloruu Ska raised f23i, all she. was asked for, and helped them all they asked, and . sent some money lo a couple of families who need. ed aid above Americas. If you need any "aid let the people ot Emporia know it, ud a collecUoo will be taken np for your benefit. The liberality of Emporia when suffering ta to be allevi ated. Is too well known to be Effected by such fllags as tha Canltal Indul In.l Champion aays: -Topek. la lalktaf VUUUinxiwcmjui ; IN AIcniBOB about building water works as e munv clpal laveelmeat. That city had better let the lob to a company. Tale is Uie opinion of Senator Plumb. Emporia . out ia lis own water works, aad while Mr. Plumb said they were working well. . and they were a great benefit to the , City, yet he thought that If they were owned by a company it would be b all round. This is the oplaioa of e man we have ever . talked wlta who has had any experience la Ute matter. . New hay is quite plenty in market. - - Our heaviest eastern mall now comes In the morning. Thirty more new stibaeribers to our Daily Monday. Labor ot all kinds is very difficult o procure in Emporia. . The burning question in Kmporl is, la there one or two comets r It pays to advertise in the paper that circulates among the people. There wont bo much of an exodus for the east 1y Eroporians this year. The gas company have relinquished the scheme of furnishing Emporia with the electric light. . ' Dr. Diddle In returning from Indiana a few days ago found some people aliil planting corn in Illinois. Gilcbirst Brothers received a hand some platform spring wagon from Kansas City Wednesday. - Within -the ,paal week KsquirevBocfc eller ha obtained. "pensions for Emporia parties aggregating $3,550. ' A commission wes Issued by the Gov ernor Tuesday io( Clarence V. Holmes, of this city, as notary pablic. The County Clerk is maklug out Uie report of ; school lands sold w ilh m the last six months, which aggregate 2,600 acres.. . . ... - J. II. OriOith ic Co., received a. St. John sewing machine wagon Monday, whk"hlbcywiU start on thet rmul this A party named alcGrilf, of Nowtou, bought nine head of horses in Emporia last week and drove them out Sunday morning. c. w. S4Uirrs has liet-n employed lo const nation f the Hiei luli-nii' the Wbitly itjit-ra liouuo-frum the eellar to ih.-r.a.l. jT" "- E. I) Mcilraw, of, Marion county, ehargi-il . with comiutunJio a foiony. was lnU)ht to EniMrU Turetlny ami balged in jail. - - Tlic poat office will las i-ked on the Fourth of July, from 9 a. nr., to 5 p. in. No regintry or money order ' business will lie done during the day: At the pigeon shoot nortbr of the water works Wednesday, CaptCN.Sterry woa the champion badge and -first money. killing six out of seven birds. The administrator of the estate of M. F. Noll met the creditors of the, deceas ed:! at jtbf rrpbato. offlijo Tuesday, for Uie purpose f adjusting claims; . 1 . Osborn & Jeremy tecently supplied S'. F. Jones,' tho big Cattle man of Chase county, fixtures - for Uie privute water works on hie grounds near Cottonwood falls. George, a twelve-year old son of L. H. Ilinea, residing near the round-house, died of diplheria Tuesday evening, and burled in Maplewood cemetery yesterday. ,Tbe Jackson township bonds voted In aid of tho Kansas City & Emporia rail road, were sent to New York Monday to be placed In escrow with the fiscal agency of Kansas. Those who propose lo run for office this fall are discussing the local bolillcal situation. We have not beard what the itopulJlcau couMuiltee .proposes to do Sbout convention. a Win, Hollingsworth. Robert Millikcn. J. V: M itlcr, J.' V.' Randolph and' James Dollo went to Wiuficld Tuesday to attend the aeml-anuual meeting of the Stale Historical Society. Tha new comet is playing a very bril liant engagement in . the northern heavens, ami was viewed with silent ad miration from, a great many front gates in Emporia Sunday evening. The directors of school district. ' No. 7 and the German Insurance company have each oflbredfoO reward for the np-1 prehension of fhe party or part ies who fired Uie Bublttr Hill school houso. , ' Tho wife of Wm. Born died Tuesday at 2 o'clock? a. ib.', at the family residence at tho corner of Merchants' street' and First avenue, aged about 45 years. : The funeral took place Tuesday evening. Emporia la Wing written ip! for.tiie Missouri Pacific Gazetteer, a publication to be issued ny mat company, giving a I deacrilAlop C thq cities J towns, lands scenery etc.. along all the lines under its management. The advertising car . of Cole's circus pasted through' Emporia. Tuesday, over the Santa Fe, on Its way cast. . It is fin- lulled in thn most' superb style and Is quite a marvel in lite general conveni ence of its appoiutmenU. The contract for the entire suersttruc. lure- of I lie Whitley opera hour was awarde to E, F.'Spragtie) at a meeting of the romnoov, Mondny evening. This incnlet wirythliig. aiaivv .the water- table, and Um cmwI of th Work will lie belwi-t-ii r.000 and $30,000. Tho annual meeting of tli Lyon OiUnty' Mutual Losui As -elation will be held at the court bonsr Tuesday even. Ing July .lili 1881. The dues will l re Celved at the Kmivn-ii Savings Bank Tuesday instead of Monday, as the Fourth comes on the latter day I desire In express my thanks to kind friends and neighbors for their many acts of kindness and attention during the sickness of my wife, and at her bur ial. May such friends, bless them in time of need, is the wish of Wat. Born. A hone belonging to Mr. Parker, res iding south of the round-house, was shot lb the hind leg last night by some I .!..,. .-a ,-inro.i , ..v i extent that it will have to bo killed. The animal wis grazing on the prairie when the piece of vandalism occurred which takes away a poor man's only means of support. Joseph Ernst returned from a visit to St. Clair county, Illinois, Monday.. The wheat la some portions Is good and la Others bad, sad he thinks Kansas will still "hold Its own' with any of them. la Illinois some corn planting is still going on, and there are plenty of fields In that stale and Mlsslouri in which corn la not overjtnree Inches high. Dr. Filklna, om Monday look from A Mr AT lln mlAiltffibVi ltvlnn. hmp I the ear of Mrs, Middoy, Tuvlng near the J I vqe4 bocay a full "EiEci June bug,!' I m . X a ' " I wnicivq roww ia.wny yj. ivuioao cEUsavf Ear Ue moat tntease pain. There is woman Ia; lwsuporia who "u rcgtstecfsi $ jmrgm sever to go to bed in- tujuiSE..-wynui a nigtu- 1 CP,Me8t during the Insect season, I Lewis E. Cook, rrrfls Egent ol W. W. 1 Oole'n gigantic circus End menagerie. waa la the city. Tneaday compieung et- rmngemenls ! the appearance here of that combination oa the 15th of July. The advertisement appeared in Wednes day's . Daixx aa ia -thia week's 1 Weekly, and fhe 'atunsemeot loving people of this region may get ready for e grand holiday. Emporia lodge No. 3 A. O. U. W. Monday - elected Ute following oAleers for the next term: P. M-Wa P. Chase; M. W , Dr. B.F. Sherburne; Foreman, frof. i CErmlcaaei ; overseer, A. IK 8chocklcy; Recorder, Thos. F. Daven port; Flaaacie, K. Beck; Receiver, naward Dualap GaMe, S- IU Rich ; I. I Wijtf - C Fbsdg ; W-,'J aaaea JX Del- nliT Prf.WKlicljaA-; 'J " I . A IIhU Wwnmirfir RlilIHirnAaka L.ZZs Uje 'r?Z I """" "7"J , J - som. eoiIMOyeu at uie. oania revcKW, peeping over Us edgef Ute coarUwaae root. He Immediately Informed Deputy Sheriff Spllmao,' who promptly rescued Ute litUe Edventureaa from tha periWus situation which she had reached Jiy icendlag the stairs to the cupalo, and i climbing Onto the roof through a small window at the base. PKKSOMAX MIOiTXON' Mrs. C 11. North went to St. Louis Wednesday. Mrs. J. J. Burton started for a visit to Illinois Tuesday. T. J. nankla, oT Topcka, spent the Sabbath in this city. Senator Plumb will go Itack to Wash ington immediately. O. W. Bennett started east Monday for a visit of some weeks. Mrs. C. W. Cleaver went to Osage City Friday for a short visit. Captain 8. B. Warren and wife went to Kansas City Monday. Miss Mamie Tandy alarted Tuesday for h visit to Eureka, Illinois. Miss Wilder, of Lawrence, is the guest or Mr.'and Mra.CS. Cross. Mrs. Maria Gray, of Chase county, is visiting friends in Emporia. ' II on. J. W. Johnson of Greenwood county was in the city Friday. Mrs. Dr. Davenport and children are vbutiug her old borne in Ohio. 'judge Culver preached for Rev. Mr. Chaffee, at Burlington, Sunday. i T. L. Marshall, caah)r of tho Osnge City Bank, was in the city Tuesday. ' Mrs. Gilifcou, -f Humboldt, is the gnest of Mias M. J. AVatson, of this city. - J. B. Fluner, of Raton, a well known hotel man, Is registered at Ute ' Park Place. ' .'..- . ' . . . Dr. Crulkshank, of Highland Univer sity, is in the city, in the. interest of that institution. . , Mrs. Conductor; Foes and daughter, returned on Saturday from a visit to Eu reka Springs. Mr, L; W. Lewis, of this city, lias 200 men employed ou bis railroad and build ing contracts. W, n. Dibline, of Lnw.-enre, Reut the Sabbath in Emitoriw. lie was the guost of tbcCiolidre.". Mr! and Mrs. L. O. Hull, of Pu Wayne, Indiadu, are the guests of J. M. Butler, on Hnral t-lnci. , , Mf.' W. R Irwin siarted lor a month's visit' io , his ' old home in Columbus, Ohinj on WcdiHsduy. W.P. Hackney, State Senator from Cowley codbty, was in the city Saturday registered A the notel Cooliilgc. Mrs. A. G. Lakin and children return ed Tuesday Irom a protracted visit to Cadiz, Ohio, Mrs. L's old home. A. C. Sackctt and wife, of Amcricus, returned home Sunday after a visit of some days with friends in this city;'' . i Mrs. Dwight Bill and daughters siarted Wednesday for Charlevoix, Mich igan, - vvhero titcy .will spentl the sum mer. ...... i We are indebted to Mr. J. B. ltowlcy, agcnt and corresM indent of the Kansas City Times, for a pleasant call Wednes day. Jim Dougherty, who is now making his home at Lawrence, is in the city shaking hands with bis numerous friends. Rev. Mr. Lewisof Cole Creek, was called to Pennsylvania Monday by a tele gram announcing Uie serious illness of his brother. Dr. G. A. Biddle returned Sunday Irom a visit to Indiana where he had been called to. see His mother, who was lying very low. L.' Severy started Monday' for Wauke sha Spriugs,- Wisconsin, wbere he. .will remain a portion of lite summer for tho benefit of. his health. R. E. Torrington, ticket agent of the Santa Fe at this place, went to Colorado Friday. W. B. Moses has charge of the ofiice in his absence. ' Frank W. Sawyer and Miss Katie Fagan, of Reading, were married by Father Dominic Mycr, at tho Catholic church in this city, Wednesday. Jacob Deithman, of Alsace-Loraine, a nephew of Adam Mohlcr, arrived in Emporia yesterday. He purchased his ticket from Paris of Mr. Rastnussen, of thVeity..-U T . . i Ex-Governor Ilurvey, who is interested In a . largo surveying contract in New Mokicoy wm registered- at tho Coolidge to-day. .He was on his way home to Vinton, this state. .professor Munscll, of J the Council Grove Republican, and Frank Moriarty, formerly of tho same paper, called on Tuk , NKwa Saturday. - We , aro glad to bear that the Republican is prosper ing. ; ' Christian Nelson arrived in Emporia from Denmark Sunday, and will settle on Dow creek, where be has friends, nc says other Danish immigrants maybe expected in- Lyon county during the present season-, M r. A. B. Newcombi of Washington, D. C,lsln the city, and is the guest of ts. II. C, Whitley, i He Is employed in tin?, Kt.tr route luvcsti Ration and is on his rettirn from Arizona where has biaeu bunting up evidence; against nontractorsi Chasav.Wv Iricc, ."fhe handsonie and agreeuulp city editor of thcrTbnfka C'rtpiul, fjivorod Tim News offlci with a can : i iiesoiu'. Mr. Prick' 4s one of the rhiog journalists of Kansas, and is a favorite wiUi the craft througlinutthc slate. The ticst rwlnf-d Fourth fif . July pos ter we have seen this year, or In, fact for several years, was that issued at tho -of floe of the Frcdonia Citizen, Announcing the celebration in that. town. It would he a credit to-the best joh efficc .iathe Horn' to- Mr. and . M ra. Dan Seaicy, June 28, a son. The above couple had been married for many years, and this was their first born; so you can! bet all you please Uiat the new comer brought I n t.., r r. .n. m, ni.,i ! .. . For further particulars inquire on the premises. O. W. Miller, of this city, is an appli cant for the position - of teacher in. the Lamed schools. From what knowledge wo hare of his qualifications, we should say the school board of that town would be fortunate In securing bis services. Ili wife. has tanght la our schools very acceptably for several successive terms. lMrBOVKMtoNtS. The new school house on CooslitulloE street, is being- furnished whM seats. - , The contractors began work on the ..a, & crman I - . wefck The work of improving tao city drive way will be eoaimcaced as ananas teams can lie procured. It is expected Uiat the foundation of Uie new M. E. church wUI. be completed scime lima, this week.' I The' ew - scsldeocej of M. W. Gil carisV pn -tba corner ot Rural aad Fifth, wul aooa beTeady lor occupancy. "Work .hASlo.-n Ciaainced on the new Quaker meeting house at Uie corner of Sylvan street and Sixth avenue. , ( The County Commissioners have made arrangementa with the King Bridge Company to repair Ute bridge at Rug- The foundation walla for ' the new &C E. church are being put ia. by John Mc Millan and eon, who-are among Ute best workmen la thisaectioa of the country, Mr. aVy.'SpriguenaS secured the con- tract for the construction of a neat cot- tage iot uonuucior nicaaruson oa e sbo street, between iruui and bixux av - .. ' "'' ;' '..'.'. , ',',! a . .v. -waw , Worksaire miog oib ti&xuldome Uniijffi is, v&? nrSed thai r ' , -T " avenue. They are putting on an' ele gant cornice, and aro paiatiog the front ia tmiutioavof , Pkiladelphix pressed It Is the beet remedy of Ute kind: the largest bottle, Uie cheapest la price, and is known a lue nig uooa ana ltver cure. vya mesa vr. aiarsnau'a promo- line. Drarcisu are Egents. - - -, ABOCib TOWN. The county jail ax present has but one inmate. Cut down the denccs. weeds about your re-si. Business continues very good,' many of our business men say. no Well have an awlul nice new opera house for next winter" entertainments. W. II. natch shipped a car-load of McCormick reapers to St. Joe Monday. J. II. Davis's "fly" horse "Jay hawker' now has a bob tail and is in framing for the epeed ring this fall. Osborue & Jeremy have secured the contract for doing the tin and galvanized iron work on the Franciscan convent. Mrs. M. A. Stone, of Pennsylvania, has leased the Second Avenue Hotel, near the dispatcher's ofiice of the Santa Fe, - We are informed by a gentleman who gcU over tie city a great deal, that there is only one empty dwelling house in Em poria. Twenty-four car loads of merchandise consigned to Emporia arrived iu this city by way of the . Missouri Pacific on Monday. '";'' . . si The trees and grass in the city parks are flourishing finely this season, and with a little care tlieae 'coofti bu made delightful places of summer resort. Holmes & Jilson are patting up bul letin boards for the Cole's Circus bills, at Uie corner, of Sixth avenue and Mer chants mid other places in thecity. The business houses of Emporia will proliably be closed- on the Fourth. They should bo by all means, to give evejry'oicnnpjKtrLuuiiy to cclcbmt. The feabt of the Sacrc-d neart i-f Jesus was celebrated at tho Catholic church h this city Friday. Some excellent music was rendenal f-Hlia choir at ves- ners in the cveniup. -'' - - K A Mrs. C. N. Morse, formerly of Texas, ant acouaju-ol Mr. ,J, W. Fjeijrliaa lias rentetl tho uoi-th side of Georgu. A. Fer dinand's pharmacy and will imt in a stock or liooka and suuiouery mUmiI the 15lh of next month. i - i 1M TIIK COUNTUY The farmers mould like to aec t'.:e tain later. There is considerable activity, iu wild land thia spring. : ; . ' ' ' . There are at present, right inmates . nt the County Infirmary. t It is expected, that ' fciglo crei;k ill soon enjoy a mad dog rcrire. From every quartet comes the word that tho corn crop is "just liooming." ! Mr. Carlan, thcfcoql riutorrli:isf com moneed the wood-work on U.Franeiscan convent. Alt Nichols is p'rc'piying .to builitflri Exchange' street I bet wean 'Fourth' and Fifth avenues'. ' . ' . ' ' ! ' f i, Tliere are a few good pieces .of wheat in tho county, but as a general thing the crop (font amount to much.' ' ' ' ' "' The chinch bugs have been working in tho corn considerably, but the late rains must have damaged them some., . A liufe dasghtrr if "Thomas Dugari, living near Wells' ford, fell oR a porch one day last week and broke her arm.-: ' A party of younjr folks.were pleasant ly entertained at -the country residence of Lee Sargent, south-cast of town last Saturday evening.' Amcricus Herald: . A grand basket picnic and celebration will be held on the 4ih of July one mile south of Uie Santa Fe cro8gm& on BluiTcreek. A large numlx-r of our cattle men have been purchasing wild land for pasture this spring. It is said that almost every quarter which has water upon it has been "taken in.'.' Tlie-.Board of Directors of.' Bunker: - . Hill district have received $500, the amount of insurance on Uie school house recently destroyed by fire. They will rebuild immediately. Tho contract for the new Friends church has been let to John Carter, of this city,' The structure will be of wood, the dimensions 28x43 feet, and the seating capacity between 300 and 400. Work will bo commenced on Uie improvement lorthwith. TltACK TOPICS. Missouri Pacific stock has not ad vanced any in the New York market for a nienlh. . ; j . Traffic is so crowded on the Santa Fe Uiat it is necessary to employ extra crews to handle the freight- Baggage Master Tyiherkigli', Hf tfiej Santa Fe, has cliSckcd 1200 pieces of iMigcn-re front Emporia since the 2Clh day ot April. The Missouri Pacific company has erected a rubber chain pump in their stock yards at the junction, for the bene fit of catUe men. Allen Creek-Items. Farmers have stopped plowing corn for a short time on account of late rains. Corn is growing very fast and the. pros pect osjr a-, large yield is Haltering, Chintz bugs have made their appearance in corn and oats to" some extent. 'Wheat harvesting over; yield not si -UrgeM last year. . . .Asa Service is preparing to tear d.iwn bifstoim wrecked untise afd - - , a do lilSb thtf pianitho. UMcllsbo,t, 4 , ,, , f ouioi largir. . . 1 uv :tie wv iu:tiii ready for an old fashionid country cele bration in Joe Miller's grove on Alleu nmrrs grove ou aneu X have a good lime. ) T T A ?W Creek. Come and Itanaraeta'HnE "Proposltrow The Board of Trade met at the Cen tral Loan office Saturday night pursuant to Uio call of.CaptEiu.WftrTejW president. The object of the. iwx-tlsg (wni con. elder a proposition to locate here an ex- tensive foundory -sad itnachiso 'shop which is .capable of,, and has ma- cliintrj! tbr, matrufactunng ,-,boil(?rs, engines, jail cells, iron bridges, etc After. I 'some dfecaiskiti, . committee was appointed ' to visit Uie institution which it is proposed to move here, tha commit!" cosafsting of W. T. Sod en and Col.Af fiiltcy. They will perform the duty assigned, them in a few days, and report tao fcsuR an other meeting. Thir Is erl9HUy E very favorable location for -such wort, and Uie prospect seems good for .secOrig tbem. ' . S"F The prospect of seturinif other manu factories, such as a -starch factory 'and woolen mill, was talked over, but noth ing definite was done. There is no doubt but Uiat Uie committee ot the Board having chargeof this subject jaf manufac tures are working industriously and ju diciously in the right direction, and will accomplish good. Let Iheir.eflorls be backed by Uie entire community; The Emporia Telephone company ah met at Uie same time aud place' It will be remembered that just as this, eompa- ny was organized the, Belt . coaxpsay transferred Uie right lo construct tele phones in Kansas to a com pari y in Kaa- City. The Kmpona' company had , previously .secured, 7Uie fran- ciuftoa ; ror Uiis e4iy:;ana as i yet no arrangement for the erection, of tele phones has been made owing to the - fail-1 ure to agree between the two companies; The Kansas City company asked the local company to .make a proposition, and to make this waa Uie object of..Uiia meetlne. Col.' Fcigban moved Uiat a proroUioo be submlltcd to pay the at j M Cy Wmiianyj t er inaum t I the use "of all Instruments erected bere. 1 the franchise for ItlOOO cash. ThU WUUM , TJ .v . , matter was left ia Uiat shape. It is believed by some that there will be oilier companies soon ready to erect telephones, aad tbatit will be better for one borne company U kohl posses sion of its franchise, or course the rru: city company is disposed to want the "lion's share aad; maay. mem bers of the Emporia company do not feel, inclined to give it to them. OClt CKLKSBATIOa. ArrMgraMiitii Resins Sfafto fwr a Good Back, Felgban stBil Uulxrl to Spek. Order of Procession, elc, etc. The procession will start at 10 o'clock from the crossing of Screnth ttvenue and Ounmcrcial street, the Grand Mar shal, Amateur Band, Emporia Rifles, Liberty Car and Fire Department, form ing on Seventh avenue, west of Commer cial; the Secret societies aud wagons representing the various industries will form on Seventh avenue, cast of 'Com mercial ; the citizens in carriages, wag ons, on horseback and on foot, will form in procession on Commercial street north of Sevvuth avenue, and. all will fall into line as directed by the Grand Marshal. Each organization is requested to ap point an assistant marshal to direct its movements in accordance with instruct ions from the Grand Marshal. The procession will move down Com mercial street to Somen's Grove, wjiere they will be entertained by able address es, from CoL J. J. Buck. Col. Feigban, I. E.- Lainbert and others. The exercises will be interspersed with singing. by the -Rets Urtlhprs, gleeclubs and church choirs'; ' also select readings, etc. Mr.'C. A. Coles will have a fine large platform and good music' so that thasp 1 goou music so inai. imi timodated. " "! who wish to can lie axommodatetl Ample arrangements have been made for refreshments, such as ice cream, tve been made as ice cream, rr7i lemonade, sandwiches. oranges, cigars, etc Everybody is- cordially invited to Come ami bring his sister (or some one else's sister) and all the rest of the folks. -and liiue.a regular gixHl cjiil fashioned Fourth of July." ' "'".. Bring your baskets with plenty to cat for tUe Rille Ipti't expect to be ajie fo lcel over.2,030 perunis. - Thefohowiiig are the positions which will be occupied ly the various aawM:ia- tions which take pait iu the- parade, on July4lh:,r; . - " : t. 1st. 'Grand marsh al. 1 ' V , 2d,, - 3d. 4th. 5 tli. ''6th. 7lh. '8th. 9th". 10th, 11th. Amateur Brass Band. Emporia Ititle. Liberty car. Fire department-, Secret stfcieties on horseback. Secret societies on to. t i Wagons representing 'the vari- , oiw industries.; : . ;j ... l-.j,fl Citizens in carriages, "a . j Citizens in wagena-i - J-i -- Citizens on foot. An Important QoeoUoa. - Editomb Nsws:-Ni4ticing in your.is- gfid w tfnty iutcresiunu sale, of Ks T. It. R. stock, I ..must Bay that I heartily ly -ajteb- ikf Jrdi in them - both,' and think' the "initiatory steps should be taken looking to the ac couipllHliracnt of the same. If the com missioners lock power to refund, that power should be" given 'thcra,' without delay. If not they should be ; urged to immediately proceed to the accomplish ment of that object iln regard to Jlus sale o( tho) ifipk.Afc calling of an election should be attended to immediately, and I believe if the matter .as properly understood that the people' will ratify 'it. T" presume the commissioners feel loth" to act, and in View of the past, I should think they would. I suggest, therefore that the commissioners nave 'some -backing: in this way. Let some influential tax-payqrsj .Circulate a petition praying the board to call, an election, subinitl'nfg the proposi tion for or against the sale of stock. This is an iinixrlant question, for we must know that soon the principal will have to be met and paid ; let us reduce fhat principal. t jkr ' Death of Cuduetir-uei:-' It becomes our mournful duty to chronicle Uie death of Conductor P. W. Lucas, who departed thia life at half past 2 o'clock a. mn Wednesday, after a lingering and painful - illness of nearly six weeks. The deceased was bort in Ohio, in llhe year 1851, and was within a few months of thirty years of age at the time of his death. lie came lo Emporia from Iowa about three years ago, and engaged" In the service of the Santa Fe railroad company, by which be was steadily promoted, having charge of an emigrant train at the time he was taken' in. , - '. :,i Laat winter, while operating on a; snow plow in the heavy drifts on the western division of the road, he was -se-i vcrcly jarredone' of, hU ribs sustaining an injury whicn jtiarsupposeu was. the exciting cause of Ait disease: which . terminated in his TIeftUjt For, some time ; after this, however. he was actively cmjiloyeil, and it waa not till five weeks ago Uiat he was dis abled and confinetl lo the house, aSLr whichhc continupd to declino slowly but surely until he .brculhcd bis Jiisi, surrounded by his wife and parent, lUVd a group of devoted aud soi rowing friends The deceased ; ; wav nj uorsc) whosq ffgreeablo altrilmtes endeared hi in to .1 large circle vf frumisajij JiU.'fnuJc hearyr manner conplct with u presincn that was highly preMMtseKsing,made him E general, favorite whufeverhc wad . - f t ia sfcrii su au iHvuriui w sawiaarvt r in- "7 i . T - itf - Hmiiiuiy wim limn ii woeu uily tmiw uiaisu ssnai pro; found regret, than has been M-casioned by his demise, and. Ins stricken wife and, orphan daughter have the teuderestf sympaUty f "f f ?TT T F flrVl i' Uic'tftemOrM if e f lk'aSTs.i. nlr sHflybelrived." ----' J ' The remains, accomiianled by Uie be. reaved rclallyes, will be taken toWa. BBrlyvIawa,fok burrab; and the Sad par: ty paoceeusa':ontbe!rt4Bournrui mis. sion on Wednesday night. A post-mortem'' examination1' made by Drs. Jacobs, Biddle and Wright; Jeweled ! the : i tatit ' Jtliat t Mr J ttucaV disease , was destructive ulceration (e&rUt) of -tho riftht 'eighth rib. The rib had gradually given way by exten? sive disease so as latterly to have pro. 0ucep;t54 (ipj 'JnvOoMiits of fraci lure. ia uuw ui. ueaiu waa irom absorption of matter of Uie diseased bone called by physicians, Pyermia. j x T Pverament will send John li MerrUl,. sergeant of Uie signal -xrpst here in-a few Aays to make a scientific - ... L . 1 ,. IT.. . uircuii"V u. uie late suvni. ue ui sires answers to Uie following question: and," the answers may, bo i ieft st'.Tu News ofhee as soon as poesiblc: -c-.- - 1. Date and time of destructive winds at your place. 2. Oa which side of Uie path of de struction were you located, and how fat; from said path-V j 3. Was the path of destruction a nart row one, compared wita the area oj ... - ' im winds. r. i a; Duration time occupied by thy deslrecti'ro portion of Uie tornado ia paaisiaa gtveu '"point T 5. Did large black cloud mark the path of the destruction ? Did it reach the. earth in a fennel sh'lie ? -I? ffQ how low or near the 'eiafe of 4hV Vart was itt; ' ;.. -.! 6. Were objects drawn up wards ia th vortex of Uie central cloud T, 7. Waa the cloud observed ia your v- "cinity to leave Uie' earQi7"aad ITao wnea did it return to it? . . 8. U the storm did not occur , at your place, please state y9Uti hitfiAory a&U Uie appearance of thi akyYaAthe time the tornado was known to have occurred in Ute region ol your place, giving tim4 direction of aloud and wind, toBTpera ture, and' post tiqp cloQjfs-ririctKiali in - -0 I itU - ta skj. t Walking matches all overHbe country have lwen Uie real style; bat Uie "true asonv" has been shown la those innum erable matches nightly walked by anx ious rauiera, carrying cryln g Daotea. Thex Temedy Dr. Bull'aJBai.y mesicenu t uxue-t .1. X - Every person, durine Jnlv and Ad- rust, should take- three doses daily of uie uig ""4 mm a i err uicuicuio xc Marshall's Bromolioe. Fifty cents boUle. - ' -.- CaaacU PncHdiigt. Cocxctl C'UAiliiUiJi, June 27, 1881. Council met pursuant to adjournment. Present,"' Mayor Eastman, Messrs. Fox, Bay, Lewis, Ireland, "Whittlesey and Theis. .., .. ' " ' Police Judge's report for May re:vl and refcrrad to committee on claims. . ' Petition of several citizens asking that owners of barbed wire fences now con structed bo allowed lo use the same un til October 1, 1881, providing they place one board-around the same on top, was read and granted. " Remonstrance of property owners to paving alley between Commercial and Mechanics street, and 5lli and 6th aven ue, was read and filed. Petition of citizens for paving Fifth avenue from Commercial street to west side of Merchants street was received. On motion of Mr. Fox Uie following was adopted: ' . ' IietoUcd. That it is deemed necessary to improve so much of Fifth avenue as lies between Commercial street and west side of Merchants street by paving the same. . . . The. clerk, was instructed to advertise the resolution according to law. . On motion of Mr. Bay the following adopted: . . . - ". Rtnolved, That the City Marshal be instructed to enforce the ordinance in relation to fast driving ou Commercial street. -. . . .- , . ..... .. .- On motioD, the fol lowing was adopted : ' Jtcolved, That the city clerk be in structed to advertise for bids for paving alley between Fourth and Fifth avenues and Commercial and Mechanics streets as follows: Width to be 30 feet, and the stone to be laid .tiirough center which shall be not less than 6 Inches thick, IS incites wide and . ' lect . long, tne di mensions in' tbickness and width to be niform, paving steme to be not less than inches thick- nor more than 8 inches long and not less than 8 inches deep, to be laid 'no i -that joints will be broken; all to. be laid, ia gravel not less than three inches deep; alt to bo done in i good, workmanlike manner; the grati ng lo be. done by Uie city. ' u. ; . ., , . An onlmance entitled, "An ordinance to amend ai ordinanco entitled 'an (di nanec in relation to lioonses-of tippling shops,' " ' approved -Deceinla-r ", 1874, was reported 'by committee on -ordinances and taken up for cimsideratloo. Considered by section and adopted by a unanimous vote. !. ... .t.-m An ordinance cot i lied "an ordinance to allow the Bale of alt sorts of producci wood, cool omltouu oh thai", portion 'of of Commercial -street south ( Fourth avenue" was cunsidored under a suen sion of tho role's. ' . -.it On tootlou ot Mr. Fox, the ordinance waso amenue'i 041 inciuiie so . mucu Commercial street as .lies betweeu Third.- and -- Seventh, avenues. And as amehded-thc ordinance was adopted by unanimous vote. ' ' - ' ... - . - - An ordinance entitled: '-'An ordinance authorizing the ouncelbilion of certain warrants on the water works' fund and tho issuing ' fa 'lieu' -tiiereof, dollar 'for dollar with accrued interest of warrants on .tho special , fund for repairing k8idc- alka," .was . considered by section and adopted by a unanimous vote.'" ' Committee on streets and alleys re port without approval petition of citi zens, JCor , an eight foot . sidewalk Irom Merc ban Is street to Neosho street along south Side-of Sixth avenuey and-report vai adopted,-; .7 . -J itsonu oi i4..uuniaptas jL ity Treasurer, in Uie sum of $10,000, witii Wm. F. Ew- Iny.'J: J.' Wright and' K.' P. Bruuer-as sureties, was approved:' '" !"1 " " A commurilcation from itolx rt Milli kcn, ; concerning liia .mtos';'or original stakes on townaitc, was rend, and a couv mlttcc of three, consisting of Whittle sey, Theis andFox iTpiioihteil to confer wiurnim concerning ine same. , ... ; Ou motion of Mr. FoX the following was adopted: ' " 1 ! ,: ; . '. " . ! Resolved That the resolution ordering the Citv Surveyor to establish the crade on Merchants street, passed on Monday .evening last, be and the same is hereby revoked, and that Uie grade .bo not es tablished at this time. . .' Bids were opened for "Uie construction of stone sidewalks, and Ike bid of .John D.' George to construct same at 28 cents per lineal foot' was accepted: lor side walks aaanuUi aida of. Eighth avenue along 227 Cordfiierc'ral and on kouth side of Second avenue along 5(5 Commercial street, . , . .; Bids for services -as' engineer, of the water works were opened and also bids for coal for water works and were refer-; red to committee on water works. ' . ;.. Bills on clerk's desk referred to com mirtee on claims and water works. Adjourned. ... "l '.' '"" '. " E. M, Forde, Clerk. FREMONT TOWNSUIP CoNVKNTIO!. Proceedings of the Annual - Institute and ConventleB faeM -at Central ' 11 school Boow, Jone 26. ' '-' .Prof. CarmieJiael took pharge of the convention.- . . . :' - . . - . After singing and "prayer, the Profess sor treated of the first topic, "Purposes of Ibis Institute and Convention,' in a .very satisfactory! and, pointed 'manner: He Uiought . the purine was bir soma specific imng-or obiiioi, anil that was the promotion it"l building' 1111 of-Qnd'j kingdom, , . 1 The fieconil topic,, vfjciitialnof a Sue cessfal Sunday iliool,. was lalwn up iv M. C. IliKlge, who s lid he regartletl live; wiillvawhke, f.nerj;ctn: yupi-rirtlend- eats uihI . teachers as essential,'.' PhifJ Carmichoel believed. good sinking, such as tho diiidrn conld understaml, was an essential part. Messrs. Kudisill and Met Mahon also spoke on flic subject briefly K "How-may- tbePewplev be -brougUt- in, unit linur IiaIiI wlicn inf1 wa ilifanoiu-il of br-n.Ur 4 t Wt ighf- in hV: usual ex-v-v-v -v - v ti llVCIV War. limb u.a.iunniiJI nloiiw. 'i&l-a ?, self; visit the uillercnl families in ynus district and ;ak thetn bi oouirf Uien make theStEHiychopl: interesting in; all its branches, and the people will not oEly come, ip; hut, wil) stay when : in These were the dodor's leading Uioughtsi "Methods or preparation aud lcssoq study as a Bible class, by D. W. East man was quite interesting. jle believed in using all Uie lesson helps that could be procured and the teachers and schoUrifcsbOuVl' tiyilc ;tijeisrlt- , ' per, foctiy familiar .witb the lesion before coming intn the class. The 'subject of' lc&sou liclps brouglii f-..r.:. 11... u - out quite a lively discussion. Car. michael, Hodi,Wrg1f ahd Mrs. Boot, .taking part, , , . j The cravings of the Inner man had so manifested Jtsejf Uiat pie convention ad journed to the grove and partook of 4 bountiful feast, such as only the ladles of Central can prepare. After " satisfy ing their appetites and having a social time, tiiC'Wctini'lga.ixi "tiiLt ia session at 2 o'clocki The exercises opened with aiara asa piyer m jiin. sutler; rr , "Tlie first topic' after dinner waVMcth- topfC after a Inner wasT"Mcth. oda ef presentation and how tO'Cooduci a primary class, which was discussed. I JZ Milk waa signed ! "Mistakes ia teaching. . lie said we should teach IyaniplasweasrpV.r flierpoTt atod election or vice president took place. Other schools not reporting; Central' was the only school to report. The record showed an attendance of fifty to sixty scholars, .-. Tba, school, is i a Very prospering Condition. 11. Rodi- sill waBrcoOrBatedr.ajBd. elocted vice president. Tlae next topic was, -What are our special needs and' difficulties-: Mr. Rod? isul spoke on this subject, lie said one of oar special neds was more thorough and belter study , by both officers and teachers. ; " ''"'-' J. L. W." Bell discussed 'Duties of christians in " relation to the Sabbath pectatiooa of a. booming cora crop do school, be said he believed it the duty of pictedw . .The chintz bugs re not doiag every parent to attend. Their conduct as mods damage at present as they were fThTWlcir a1Be wonRT gdagoh9 ways to- ward iafjacncleg the children. , (:, fTbe lasft on. Use programme irsaf the Question drawer. This ttrew out a 'dis cussion upon the. question ,JIow -doea christian charity apply to those that use tobacco T Messrs.' Wright, MiTler and Dodge look part, and made thiags quite interesting fov awhile. ,.' ,i --i: . The" convention was well attended, eonsidcriiig the outlook in the mornin and muddy', roads. Quite a delegation came from the city, but not bo many as would have attended h-td the weather been more favorable. The grove had been prepared for the nao of the conven tion, but the rain spoiled the grounds, so tney were uscu onry ror oinnor. :. SFcnttTARV. The Hetiday School. Programme for the annual Institute and Convention of Agnes City township, to be held at Agnes City, Sunday, July 3d, 1881, conducted by J. F. Culver : MOBNIKO BESSlOJf 10 O'CIjOCK. Irayer and praUo. Election of secretary, and appointment of business committee. ' - Protoscs of this institute and conven tion, J. F. Culver. Essentials of a successful Snntay school, K. E. Rowland. now may the people be best brought in, and how held when they are In? J. W.Feighan. The lesson How prepared and taught. Methods of preparation, J. H. Hill. Methods of teaching, Mrs. n. F. Miller. ' A VTERKOON SESSION 2 O'CIjOCK. ' " Prayer and praise. 1 Report, and election of vice-president. Organization slate, county and town ship. O. W- Miller. Qualifications of officers and teachers: Rev. F.Turuey. ; Best methods of conducting schools. Rev. A. Buckuer. What are our special needs aad diffi culties? G. H.-Thompson. Question drawer. ... Xew Featnree from Australia. Trtm the San I raneteoo Oaity JCxamiaer. - . Cout's Cibcus. The paviliou at Uie corner of - Seventh aud Market streets was filled to the limit of its scaling capacity last night to witness the initial pr-rlormance of this mammoth show. The menagerie has . beca considerably enlarged since it lelt here on its lour around the world, by the 'addition of some ' of the wonderful birds and animals -of "the antipodes, and -includes a white . bulTiUo from .India, the . Maori . war dances, Arabian athletes, kaugaroooottlriehea and other Anslralian curiosities. The grand- 011- tren, witb its -camels, elophants, ladies, knights iu armor, and electric light shin ing on the spangles and brilliant tyrou trements, was a sight which brought forth applause from the : audience. ' The wonderful performance which Georgo Conkling puts bis , trained elephants through was well done. . The act con sisting' of running a bycycte on a Wire suspended across the dome of the circus, caused a thrill to run through Uie npec- lauirs, and was performed uy Jno. alurtz, George Dunbar and Adelaide d'Atlaiie. '2,,M."a The battoute leaping by the corps' of what'- perfection human muscle can bo brought by train ing, several of tho members doinz a double somersault in masterly style. William -Organ then introduced bis trick horses, Humboldt and Hindoo, the t firmer ooing some wonderful luinpiner. Tlie equestrian acta of Wooda Cook and Mile. .Adelaide were well executed. It is a notable fact Uiat none but bare-back riders are engaged, and these are cham pions of their calling. W. O'Dale Stev ens, with his dancing globes and electric table seemed to meet with the approba tion of the audience. Miss linda Jeal did a daring bare-back hurdle act, leap- : .:. 1 - e- .i.. , .1 . ing viui iici uwr:K; omniiiuiiuer luniiiuu great Circles ' of fire. - Tho troupe of sis ttrained stallions -make thcii bow-to Uie audience next, and were put through their port ot tne performance by W u liain Organ which includes waltzing on their hind lega, sitting down : on" chairs and other difficult and ingenious tricks. Taken altogether, the circus is the most meritorious one that, has been here for a good many years. The acrobats and riders are excellent, the animals well trained and the clowns have picked up some new jokes during taclr travels tn foreign lands. It should be remembered that this mammotii and liilirhtv ' exhibi tion' Is to giye perfornlances in Emporia on Friday,-July lain.- ' ' . Toledo Talk ' Toledo, Kas, June S8U1; 1881.' ' The late abundant rains causeth every thing to smile excepting the farmers who bad chinch-bug wheat; - they never smile , . . .We notice that John MolTatl has hot yet got his house back on its foundation. This u the second time it has been car ried : off : by storms..!. The Friends' church was' considerably injured by Uie storm. There is' some talk of 'tearing down the west half and finishing . the other half with the lumber r A good idea. .E. W. Lee has a painter from Em poria painting hisfino residence., ",,11 gives it a splendid appearance. Now if Wayne only had some dear one to share it with him, he surely would be" happy . . . .D. C. Allen has also had his resid ence painted and refitted in style-.... Aaron Jones and wife, P. Mills and wife, and D. B. Lewis start in a-few days for Eureka Springs for their health. , . . J. H. Austin, ;J. G. PelfbrdV Ben Jones and others start to Arkcnsas,1 also,' for the purpose of purchasing land," and some will 'probably locate there. , We 'Wish llieni no bad luck, but we do wish that the buffalo gnats and swamp mosquitoes would give them such a warm reception that . iney win . return to us. firmly resolved liever'" to ' think of leaving Chase county permanently again Sain Church is disconsolate.'. '. .It makes one wish for January find cold weather to see E. W. Loe these warm dsys'and we know' he would rejoice !n a Change of air for' the cooler, i . .Chinch bugs do not worry Geo. ISrickell. The three youngsters tr.fit uill call him gniitdpa Hr! his joy' and Cj insolation.': . ;Iev: Liiy, the M. E. mintsier. will deliver da ad drew, Sunday, July UK oh' "The Ah- thentrcity of the Bible,'" He' is an able and eloquent speaker, and no doubl will do the subject justice'.'.'. .Mills & Allen have sold over $300 worth of wire thia spring:: . .Dr. and C. L. Conaway and E. II. Steward furniBU fifty cows for Uie Cain cheese factory. I .Tdk News comes I to us filial to overflowing with the latest . - ... I luuiiicimt; nuvi buuuu cuii.'iiniB. I could hanllv do without It NlMft.' The:" .'Americus r ,N w$. EDITED BV " Bcnixrw.' Best teas at Willey'a, - ;,; . , ' j M. W. Gibson is still handling burial cases or all kinds from- the cheapest white wood to the most costly mahogany. I Trimming done at. all boars of tho day or night by an experienced, workman. Pat Stewart's boy baby is a girl ; better laic than never, . . .Nice growing weath er and. plenty of .rain. . . .Tlie M. E. fes tival was held at the residence of L. A. Wood last night; the.bnnd was out, and ' some fine music was among Uie features of the evening's festivities . . .Tlie bruised ones are all on the mend, and most, of Uie Storm-torn buildings have resumed their wonted place. . . .Items are a scarce couv modity, . . -Craig Anderson is expected to return in time for the4Uu. . , Picnics will be plenty, in .this vicinity on the 4th. Take your choice. . ... .. Bernheisel ds Lowry keep the largest atockoT groceries of aav firm in towb. I w. nronoae to make it aaoblM to 'trad ,iQl M. A fi ylma of boots aad shoe constantly on hand. r We kor "have your butter and eggs.' Why? - Because we have the facilities to h audio tbem. ' BEBXttKISEt. & Lowet. For first-cTasa drags, patent medicines and notions call at Bond's drug store.' : '1 .' The M. K. t T- adverlisea one fare for the round trip good for the 2nd. 3rd, 4th and 5th of July Ia the case of Win. Starbock. va, Anderson Alston for doctor bill judgment was rendered , for,, tke plantifT, X. E. Lambert, .for. the defen daat and N. Wise for the nfantiff. ...A postal caid just received from "Keoo" reporta him at Ottamwa in this state .Plenty of rain and in thoaniiling of the fanners you can see the ex- a few weeks ago; instead of taking the , corn clean as they go they have scattered the fields and their force are too small to check Use corn in its rapid growth : they have succeeded in harvest ing atostoT Use. wheat and tha fanners will pretty generally .give np. sowing wheat ia this locality tiiis fall,. ..Craig Anderson and wife hare returned iroov, weir - visu i ... vr iseonsinv per- 1 j n ; Slajpes, Carpets and : :: ;.;'-S! EHiijbat-l:': ' TVri.!-V-; il. : wiucu tuey are prepared seu ai me lowest possible pkiues. B INSPECT OUR 1 GOING ' :' ' ' ' . --I ' Havinsr determined my entirestock of goods at reduced prices, and shall offer from this date: BmgaApsl lit- pi:Qobas j . t --Barg ; v , .1. , 1 .... . ". ..; it - ..... v in tact, tt&ttAllNH Hvj liJ vniKYTiUJNU-, until the entire stock is sold. Don't forget to call at . COOK'S DRY GOODS STORE and secure some of the ubove bargains. Call at once, and save money. ., .. ;; " . 7 r foctiy, satisfied tiat Kansas, Is as good stale as there ia in Uie Union.... Great preparations are being; made . by the A. O. TJ. W. in this place' for a fa mous celebration. " Should the '"weather permit it, a fine time will no doubt be'en- joyed by all present at" the picnic. 'A procession will be formed in town and march to the music 'of or the ' Apollo band to the .grounds at Lambert's'grove. ..A miniature tornado passed over Uiat part of town in' which the post of fice ia. situated last Saturday Bight, twisting things generally, blowing down out houses, blowing , doors' open and then blowing them shut again. Some say they saw it coming and it looked like a streak 'of ftreC - It was' a curious freak and big of its sisc. . .The replev in case of Weaver vs. Weaver comes off next Saturday. : ;;.:YV. H Anderson- has returned from a few " days' visit to 'Fre- donla.'. '. .Craig Anderson' says ' while In Wisconsin lie helped pfant corn,' and It was not ' considered late either. . . . A. G. Edmlston has fenced In -the B8 acres north of, Uie" place," known as the Davidson farm and west of the McAiriey place, W a pasture. . .Plowing ,'bccs" arc becoming popular four or five miles northwest of Americus to assist in plow ing the corn for those of a dilatory character or others who have been other wise lob busily' engaged. .'.'.The school board have decided to fence in the well at Uie scboot house; and ' to wrap Uie lightning rods with barbed wire to keep Uie children from demolishing them. Would it not be cheaper to apply the wire to the scholars?.... The 'Weaver case is liable to mate a mg 1 law ami. . .Everyone busy fixing for the 4tn.. r Americus has been celebrating for a week or more. The Hartford .News. EDITED BY " JZSGO." Tuesday, June 28 - Frank Brogan returned yesterday from Georgetown, opposite Washington where he has been In attendance-at George town University 'doting the past sine months. Ho- will remain during the summer vacation. . . .Mr. A.-: Rambo, of Topeka, who has been visiting friends in this vicinity, returned borne yester day. . . .The wife ofMr, J. JL Brooks is dangerously ill, her recovery being very doubtful.. :.IL Woods ol Omaha, who has been visiting bis brothers Richard and Pinckney. started homeward yester day, accompanied by his daughter Mary, wim has been residing in tbis city lor some I time- atteading school..,. Wm, Means of the Ilartford .Call, returned mtenkr from. Emooiis where .he has been visiting bis menus ana rcuuives.. . Kvrvlodv was out last evening enjoy ing the delightful summer night and looking at tue comet, wonuering 11 n was to be tiie instrument for the fulfillment of Mother Shiptons prophecy.. John Hugger, who left this place sohie two months aeo and has been sojourn ing in Carl'inville, Illinois, rctnrntd yes terday, 'accompah led by ' bis "handsome bride. ,They procecdod" to his home On E'aglecreek "where' ffi-y Will' in 'the fu ture reside.' "We wish thehi niucbfaap- pines.'...Wo have always maintained that nartfbrd had tlie oldest JcitiieB In the slate, sfiice "Lewis Martin testified that he herded cattle for Gib Holt In the year 1041. but now a stilt older man has been discovered. By accident a let ip nddnwied lo "Mr darltnit M was found, filled wiChKoving Words and dated 1071 .ani signed" by one df 6ur'cflizens, WUO was prmiauijr iu ula t" t at the time of writing.. . T.'WIth much pleasure we announce that Judge Joseph Culver, of EmDoria. will dellvt an ad- drcss Wiiis city 'st'lie' ccletiratlbn' of the Fourth, as we feel assured It will be a most eioouent and learned "oration, well worth hearing'.' "' ' - "' Y Kim EariV, June 29. Tolbert' McGlhnls, once rnident of this place,' is visiting friends here, i .' Thomas Welch, who baa been atteading the Eclectic Medical -College of Cloef. natl, returned last week and will remain durine the aommfT.-arterwblcE-M will return to complete hU todies'. .-. .To day Hiram Ruby takes his departare for Iowa wbere he will reside in ta futme. Mrs. Charier Moon. tl lister, -wilt e- company him and remain several week's visiting friends in that stale. t.'.Tne band received theft new -instrutnents vesteid'av' and ther are dalsier' 'aad no 'mistake. "The price 1 range 1 from 945 to' 35, and" altogether 'they hate ahbut as nice a set as any in tie state.: .' There la an bid lady. tlraadma Heteier by aame, residing near this place, who Is the mother of 11 children by whom she has 59 grand children, 04 great grand children, and one great greafrand chlM, E total of 138 descendeefs, all Itving to bless sad comfort her ia' her- old age; the sum of their ages atnouirtf to nearry three thousand years. " ' ' ' ' The ' Reading 1 News. E3TEO BV MXKT M KIM.. .. j , ;-. -., VTedkesiUv, Jane 29., Bom A son to Jf r. and Mrs- A. B. Oox. . . .Mrs. Love and Urs. fean have returned,, from Peon. .Last, unday, Till Swan's team started on a runaway by palling np a hitching post, .but the inconvenieney of the post prevented any thing like. accident., ...John Gingericb has returned from Topeka to settle down hece for the preseal. His wl5e and Jit tie .boy are expected aooa... .Li week about a bundled ateers were ship. ped, being the. first of the, season..,; W. II. Douglaac has sold SOCfat steers at good fat price, , . .Mrs. Swartaont. and little daughter are quite sick, with ty. pboid ever...r .Eh.PaUersoa is fencing In a quarter sectioa east of his place.. . There will be a. ttoadsy acfaool picnic near the Riverside school boose oa the 4th. . . .Last Saturday Aight.tba. citizens bad a chance to enjoy tha,. briliiaaej ft the electric light, which was almost per fection. . - -We are sorry to tears of the r j u M t atx.- . . are now receiving large lots .1 A 11 -1 i.1 GOODS BEFORE D. THOMAS & CO. OUT OFBUSINESS ! ! j ( . .. . -. , . . y, , . . to close but my business in Emix)ria. I offer for sale lit -Boots : and Shoes, Caps, i - -' -i; t- - :,. : .. -. ;. ; ' ' - - - CHARLES G0OE, I ;1.66 Commercial Street, Emporia, Kansas. DRY la order to GK W. , NE Wm&N & CO. Propose SPECIAL CLOSING SALES In each ; ; VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS, Until the close of the season, devoting the Last Thre8 Days of Each Week- '"' ' To this purpose until ALL LINES HAVE BEEN REACHED. "' ' ' " Remember that these -BARGAIN SAT, PIS -ARE- Positively 1 Confined, to Of the week, and only one sale will occur In a department. Look out for the ... WJCEKLY ANNOUNCEMENTS in thia column, and Au.:.i.:t : avail yourselves of these GRAND OPPORTUNITIES FOR BARGAINS. Dress Goods jr t 'i' . 11.... . j, - . ot tnis weeK, a . .. ... ; -...! .',-',.. y i: "don-'t i CALL following from' a new England paper: "The town of Emporia, Kansas, was a! most, entirely destroyed by the recent tornado'.' every Building in 1t be ing mora or - leas damaged.'...'. Tba) : M. - E. i ladies - arlil ; have an Ice creaai party next Taeadsy av..., M. E. UeQeer CaU will lectOM at the school hone- nest- Saturday evening, maaer Use auapioea of. tha Kansas Legal Temperance Aaaoaiatiom, oa Temp aaaeBa4 ita workers."; She comes higs 1y recoBuaendod as a good speaker aad earnest worked. Everybody U carnesWy reqaealed to be pfascaC. -; : .-i Agnes City News. t AerkES Cmr, June ti, 1881. ' To tHE NrwJ Since the hall storm Which almost entirely Uestreyed what rbe chiaaf bag had left tne wnea crop, corn; au and nMlet nave alnsoet esuircly vecovved, nd at tha present wrltiEg lae eorn crop promisee asnch better than at thlsdat of The only drawback is that farmers have been nav EttotoenMvataT: their eotm enough to keep 'the -weeds down- aad the eorn is . . . -mm -. . e. . .ee n growing so rapiory taa u win aoom aw too large to cultivate, i . .The grasa -crop la JTo. I. EttJ ther ts nowspeet lor tne farmer or his cattle to txf for hay next spring, ana ha worth front -f8 11) foer ton at that. ...Tba new Agnes wy school has been finished and furnished. ..We organised a Sabbath Bcbool sat Sabbath ' with ' an ' enrollment of 88 paplla. Thia : mntnaa of old ' times " ud ii relief after a lapse of over two'years, to have a school house,' scnool, isautnun school and preaching cccasionauy'-at our ahool .. .PHpmr-Uoit have been made Co rive Judge Culver a warm reception on the 3d.'; He' can have his choice, he can talk lathed boose or In toe Fourth of July grove, where ai.'erill be' ia readiitesa. All are in vited to come on the third as well as on the Fourth, and have a grand,' good time'. . V. Miaii Lizzio tKiloe,' of Ply. moutij, is giving us a No. 1 school for a yonng girl without any experience, of - PURCHASINGS GOODS. ! reduce stock, to' hold of their- the Last Three Days Slaughtered.! . . . ... and Saturday we snail oner :" 'J''- ' "; ' - ' - ' and it." EARLY. She has- an attendance of about thirty pupija. (lememher the Babbath school cosTCntioa -rjer the 3d of July....Ue- eaaberthe basket ptenic'on &e Fourth. "j ' - ' Feahe. i Aoiou Cm Pscaic The citisens of the swfTOuadiag eoamiry are invited to join with the citisens of Agnes City township at the Harbord grove lo cele teatevtM Fourth, Program i " 1. Sing. lat:.',Asaorica; St Prayer by Her. : 1-Slnglag "Red white and blue ; 4. EUfcJlBf deelarstlon by J. O. Harbord; f.. Singing tBattle cry of freedom fl. biation by J;-H. Hill, Esq.; 1. Dinner everybody ;' 8. Toasts responded lo try yolunteK. S. .General good time jr '-jmlU, "go .aa - yon - please".... TfVo have beeh ..blessed with" three heavy, soaking rains in tho past week , ..There never was a better prospect tor a heavy crop of corn than at present, aad a splendid crop off hay is assured fir this season. ; .'.This has been one of ki finest r seasons tot grazing stock. Cule are lathe best ot condition.... fovldm Gilbert is bniUing e sub- staatUl atone barn 40 by 80 feet. . . .Mrs. Carte "bar her 'dwelling-house nearly completed...;. Agnes City will bold, a Sundsy-achool Convention, Sunday, July 34 conducted by J. F. Culver.-, m '- ... . COKBCiT. - - X. Bow often have we longed for perfect e&joyatent and how seldom found it. UTafortune has come, or ill health over taken us. Perhaps a cough has come spon us which threatens that dreaded of all diseases, consumption, and we feel the, rdeatii is near. With what joy auoahl we be- tilled then, when such a remedy aa Dr. .sting's . New Discovery for consumption is placed within our reach. It has - eared thousands who werer-nearer the- grave than ourselves and made their lives peecefal aad hap py. Asthsrta,brooenUia,hoarBeaeas,loB of vokie, difficulty of breathing, or any affection of the throat and lungs, are 1 positively cured by this wonderful dis eovervf i Now, , to give you satisfactory proof" that Dr. King's -New. Discovery wm cwr& if yon wilt call at B, Weeldoa tk Co.'s drug store, you can get a trial bottle for ten cents, or a regular sUe bou tie for 1.0U. - - s- ' Departure